|Copyright: Luciano Gollini (lousat)
|Date Taken: 2017-05-30|
|Camera: Sony Cybershot DSC HX200V|
|Exposure: f/3.5, 1/800 seconds|
|More Photo Info: [view]|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2017-06-02 10:46|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|FIRST TIME ON TN|
The common white wave (Cabera pusaria) is a moth of the family Geometridae. It is found throughout the Palearctic region and the Near East.
This species has white wings, sometimes tinged with pink, with three dark fascia on the forewing and two on the hindwing. The wingspan is 32–35 mm. One or two broods are produced each year and the adults can be seen at any time from May to August.This moth flies at night and is attracted to light.
The larva, usually purplish-brown with white spots, feeds on various trees and shrubs including alder, aspen, birch, oak, rowan and willow. The species overwinters as a pupa.
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WoW!! You have captured the texture, the color and the details so well that it looks all silk.
- [2017-06-03 8:49]
A beautiful snow white specimen captured in fine detail and well balanced color tones. Very good exposure which is always a challenge when dealing with all white subjects. Its wings appear to be very delicate in texture like a tiny snow flake.
Looks like you also captured some other tiny insects in your frame which I can't quite identify.
Le papillon est bien palcé dans le cadrage. La prise de vue permet de voir les détails du papillon Cabera pusaria. La bonne luminosité fait ressortir les couleurs. Bonne soirée.
Ciao Luciano, la vecchiaia fa sfracelli da queste parti, poi non è che ce ne siano tante di foto in giro, ma anche questa ero convinto di averla fatta la critica, che poi da criticare non c'è mica niente, solo da ammirare questa bellezza in abito da sposa, bravissimo, buon lunedì, ciao Silvio
un magnifique papillon blanc, bon rendu des teintes et de la structure des ailes.